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Topic 7 lddt gifted and talented children

  1. 1. Mohd Helmi Syazwan Bin Mohd Zaki Salina Sayang Binti Kamal Arifin
  2. 2. “gifted and talented children are those identified by professionally qualified persons who by virtue of outstanding abilities are capable of high performance. These are children who require differentiated educational programs and services beyond those normally provided by the regular school program in order to realize their contribution to self and society.”
  3. 3.  Children capable of high performance include those with demonstrated achievement and/or potential ability in any of the following areas singly or in combination:1. General intellectual aptitude2. Specific academic aptitude3. Creative or productive thinking4. Leadership ability5. Visual and performing arts
  4. 4.  Observant. Learned or read very early. Absorbs information rapidly. Have the ability to concentrate deeply for prolonged periods. Possess unusual imagination. Very sensitive.
  5. 5. An avid reader.Independent. Resourceful .Goodguesser General intellectual aptitude. A rapidHigh level learner.ofcuriosity. Needs little outside control.
  6. 6.  Shows similar characteristics to general intellectual ability but concentrated around one or a few fields . Long attention span in areas of interest. Learns rapidly in specific area interests. Likes to study some subjects more than others. Shows broad perspective on one or more subject areas.
  7. 7.  Fluent in producing and elaborating on ideas. Sensitive . Shows intense concentration on a task . Always trying to adapt or improve things. Has a keen sense of humor. Does not mind being different. Bored with memorization and recitation and tedious “worksheet” type assignments.
  8. 8.  Organizes others. Interacts with others easily. Recognizes and articulates the goals of a group. Gives directions clearly and effectively. Establishes the mood of a group. Reliable.
  9. 9. Has good sense of rhythm Enjoys dance andUnderstands dramatic activities Musicmusical with musicalrelationships. elements. Responds readily to rhythm, melody and harmony.
  10. 10. Demonstrates interest and enjoyment in dramatic activities. DemonstratesUses voice to ability toreflect changes in Dramatics dramatizemood. feelings and experiences. Demonstrates understanding of conflict when acting out a dramatic event.
  11. 11. Draws a variety of objects. Uses art to express feelings and experiences.Pursues art in spare Arttime. Interested in other peoples art. Likes to model three dimensionally.
  12. 12.  SEPARATION:Special Curriculum For Them. ACCELERATION:Place Them In A Special Room For Specific Subjects. ENRICHMENT:Additional Activities; Outdoor Activities.
  13. 13. 1. Instruct the student to select a topic to study. This topic can be scientific, historical or even social in nature.2. Help the student gather books and other media and learn about the topic.3. Then, allow the student to create a representation of his understanding by writing a story, composing an essay, creating a work of art or producing any other product of his choice. Place this work in his portfolio.
  14. 14. 1. Allow the student to select something about the school that he would like to change.2. This could be anything from the standard school lunch menu to the sports facilities.3. Ask the student to research the area that he selected and create a plan for improvement.4. Assist the student in creating a draft of his improvement plan and even planning out a budget that outlines how much the improvement would cost.5. To conclude the project, allow the student the opportunity to present his plan to the school principal or other school officials.
  15. 15. 1. Allow the student to write a lesson in which she explains a concept that she understands clearly to her peers.2. Create a digital recording of the student giving this lesson, and transfer the recording onto the computer.3. Allow the student to use iMovie or Windows Movie Maker to edit the recording and turn it into a polished video product.4. Invite other teachers to use the lesson in their teaching, or share it with students who are struggling with the topic.
  16. 16.  March 2009 In UKM Identifying talented and gifted children in Malaysia. One and the only programme that helps these children to learn in a different environment. Akademi Permata Pintar Negara: School for these children. Boarding school Have chance to sit for SAT, Advanced Placement, O Or A Level.
  17. 17.  http://mathematicsforgiftedchildren.blogspot.co m/2011/03/mengenalpasti-dan-menilai- pelajar.html http://www.ehow.com/list_6384864_enrichmen t-activities-gifted-talented-students.html http://www.ehow.com/info_7865847_enrichme nt-math-projects.html http://www.ehow.com/info_7861319_technolog y-tools-gifted-talented-students.html http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Schoolsle arninganddevelopment/ExamsTestsAndTheCu rriculum/DG_10037625

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